William Maloney

“Sailing Along”

“Feeding the Gulls” (SOLD)

“The Little Fisherman”

“Fishing Together”

“Schooner at Sunset”

“Autumn Marsh”

“Canoeing on the Herring”

“Early Haul”

“Crimson Sunset”

“Ralph’s House” (SOLD)

“Fish House”

“Jamie’s in the Fog”

“Monhegan Boats”

“Monhegan Lights”



"Lindsay's Skiff"

“Lindsay’s Skiff”

"The Workshop"

“The Workshop”

"Porch at the Sea Gull"

“Porch at the Sea Gull”

"Oil Lamp"

“Oil Lamp”

"Monhegan Deer"

“Monhegan Deer”

Monhegan Buoy

“Monhegan Buoy”

"Bait Barrels"

“Bait Barrels”

"Fish House View"

“Fish House View”

"House Across the Meadow"

“House Across the Meadow” (SOLD)

Sunset Sail from Afar

“Sunset Sail from Afar”



William Maloney

Artist William J. Maloney, a professional artist for over 40 years and the retired Art Director of Raytheon Service Company, is now painting full time. He is a graduate of Massachusetts College of Art with a B.F.A. degree in painting. He studied under nationally-known marine painter Don Stone. Mr. Maloney is currently teaching painting on Cape Cod.

Mr. Maloney’s landscapes, seascapes and city scenes are done in an “en plain air” realistic style with watercolor and oil being his preferred mediums. The varied coast of New England is his favorite subject. Of his work Maloney says succinctly, “The Lord blessed me with a talent to paint. I hope to use it wisely and well.”


  • Salmagundi Club, Northeast Watercolor Association, and The Sea Heritage Museum – New York
  • Copley Society – Boston
  • Cape Cod Museum of Fine Arts- Barnstable
  • Whistler Museum – Lowell

Mr. Maloney has paintings in over 20 corporate collections, including:

  • Raytheon Company
  • John Hancock Insurance Company
  • Marriott Hotels
  • Blue Cross of Boston
  • Permanent collection of the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Arts

Mr. Maloney has won more than 40 major awards for his paintings, including:

  • 1998 – 1st Prize at the American Artist Professional League (“AAPL”) Grand National Exhibition, New York
  • 1997 – AAPL Gold Medal and the Blue Ribbon $1,000 prize at the Oil Painters of America’s National Show
  • Copley Master’s Award
  • First Prize in Copley Society’s large painting exhibit
  • Sagendorph Award from Yankee Magazine – 1988 and 1997
  • First Prize in Cape Cod Art Association’s New England Exhibits – 1995 and 1997
  • Best of Show at Cape Code Art Association
  • Director’s Award from the American Artists Professional League
  • Second Prize in Watercolor from the Cape Code Art Association’s New England Exhibit
  • Best of Show from the Whistler Museum’s Independent Show
  • First Prize in the American Mutual Exhibit


  • Copley Society, Copley Master
  • Cape Cod Art Association
  • American Artists’ Professional League
  • New England Watercolor Society
  • The Oil Painters of America
  • The Whiskey Painters of America